In Episode 8, we chat with Pub Historian Liz Garibay, founder of the Chicago Brewseum & hear stories from industry professionals about what makes a good pub!
When did the term "pub" first appear? What are some of the oldest pubs in the world? And what exactly makes a good pub? It's time for some pub history on Episode 8 of Brewing After Hours! You'll hear from Pub Historian (yes, the ultimate dream job) Liz Garibay, founder of the Chicago Brewseum, the first nonprofit organization to tell the global story of beer. Liz shares what drinking culture can tell us about a city's past, how Chicago's beer history has shaped the city and why pubs are just so so so special. We'll also hear from professionals in the beer industry about what makes a good pub along with their favorite pubs around the globe.
Thank you to our below special guests who shared their stories on the show!
(In order of appearance)
Leticia Barajas, Marketing & Events Manager at Angel City Brewery in Downtown Los Angeles, CA
Historic Pubs mentioned include:
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